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Asthma is the common chronic (medicine) inflammatory disease of the bronchi characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, revers...
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Duoneb vs Xopenex

Duoneb
VS.
Xopenex
Other name: Combivent Combivent
Satisfaction Score
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2.8
Moderately Satisfied
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3.0
Moderately Satisfied
Helpfulness
for Asthma
4.3
Concern level
2.8
Helpfulness
for Asthma
2.9
Concern level
3.0
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ipratropium bromide/salbutamol is a formulation containing ipratropium and salbutamol (albuterol sulfate) used in the management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma. It is marketed by Boehringer Ingelheim as metered dose inhaler (M...
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Levosalbutamol (International Nonproprietary Name) or levalbuterol (United States Adopted Name), trade name Xopenex, is the R-enantiomer of the short-acting beta2-adrenergic receptor agonist|?2-adrenergic receptor agonist salbutamol. It i...
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4
Chronic Heart Failure
4
Tachycardia
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Shaking
3
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Anxiety
2
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2
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9
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Shaking
4
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4
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3
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3
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3
Ear Infection
3
Anxiety
3
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About Duoneb
ipratropium bromide/salbutamol is a formulation containing ipratropium and salbutamol (albuterol sulfate) used in the management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma. It is marketed by Boehringer Ingelheim as metered dose inhaler (M...
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Levosalbutamol (International Nonproprietary Name) or levalbuterol (United States Adopted Name), trade name Xopenex, is the R-enantiomer of the short-acting beta2-adrenergic receptor agonist|?2-adrenergic receptor agonist salbutamol. It i...
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I switched from Duoneb to Xopenx (Levabuterol HCI generic)...
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" ...for neb meds? I switched from Duoneb to Xopenx (Levabuterol HCI generic) and what ...difference it made in my tremors. From max to... "

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the Duoneb. For DD it seems to be more effective, but that...
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" ...are equally effective. We have a Xopenex inhaler and Duoneb given via nebbie. We use the Xopenex preventatively if she's going ...tend to use the Duoneb. For DD it seems to be more effective, but that... "

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he DuoNeb, went back to xopenex and Pulmicort and all w...
| www.tracheostomy.com
" ...treatment that is commonly called DuoNeb which is ipatropium bromide and ...thing you are describing. We stopped the DuoNeb, went back to xopenex and Pulmicort and all went... "

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o she's now on duoneb when needed. She takes flovent daily,...
| forums.welltrainedmind.com
" ...do you have a spacer?). My ds uses xopenex with great results. Advair with spacer ...a cold, add 2x per day xopenex neb. Cold is obviously respiratory, ...for too long so she's now on duoneb when needed.... "

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xopenex instead as often as I can tolerate - it's good but...
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" ...wish I could tolerate a Duoneb - unfortunately my heart rate ...too much albuterol. I use xopenex instead as often as I can tolerate - it's good but definitely doesn't work ...as well. I haven't... "

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ent, duoneb, Maxair or Xopenex Does that help?...
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" ...back* Yeppers! KarlaErikaCal: I have asthma, but I've never been ...a hospital. They'd rush her to the back and immediately start direct oxygen (to alleviate hypoxia) and... "

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my O2 supplier stopped carrying Xopenex due to the cost...
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" I preferred Xopenex to Duoneb because I didn't ...the shakiness with Xopenex. Unfortunately, my O2 supplier stopped carrying Xopenex due to the cost (around $400/mo) and will only supply me with Duoneb. I... "

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we start breathing nebs of Xopenex alternating with Duoneb....
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" ...starts. We don't gve her any over the counter meds, but we start breathing nebs of Xopenex alternating with Duoneb. We used to wait, but our pulmo said at the first sign of... "

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we'd do a neb treatment (Xopenex or Duoneb), then CPT for...
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" ...tried CPT?? When Kate would have lots of secretions (normally when sick) we'd do a neb treatment (Xopenex or Duoneb), then CPT for 15 minutes or so. She usually would cough and clear up a ton of... "

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Ds uses xopenex and dd duoneb because her heart rate g...
| forums.welltrainedmind.com
" ...down just fine. He's had asthma since he was around 6-8 months old, formally diagnosed at 3 years. His outward signs were considered odd or atypical until i spoke to a really good pulmonologist and... "

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